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Detroit police carry out Operation March Madness raid

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DETROIT (WJBK) - The Detroit Police Department carried out another raid Tuesday evening as part of Operation Restore Order.

The department, once again, teamed up with several local partner agencies to carry out Operation March Madness.

FOX 2's Andrea Isom was there.

She took photographs of some of the evidence being collected, including piles of money, drugs and handguns.

Crack cocaine was even found hiding inside a baby's shoe at one location.

Isom reports police hit 17 locations, focusing in the sixth and ninth precincts.

Police say they have made 29 felony arrests and three misdemeanor arrests, and they confiscated 29 pounds of marijuana, 41 pills, 16 guns and $5,500 cash.
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